Article 2: Freedom from Discrimination

  • 49/90, 50/91, 52/91, 89/93: Amnesty International, Comité Loosli Bachelard, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, Association of Members of the Episcopal Conference of East Africa / Sudan

  • 54/91, 61/91, 98/93, 164/97 à 196/97, 210/98: Malawi African Association, Amnesty International, Ms Sarr Diop, Union Interafricaine des Droits de l'Homme and RADDHO, Collectif des Veuves et Ayants-Droit, Association Mauritanienne des Droits de l'Homme / Mauritania

  • 71/93: Rencontre Africaine pour la Defence des Droits de l'Homme / Zambia

  • 147/95 and 149/96: Sir Dawda K. Jawara / The Gambia

  • 159/96: Union Inter Africaine des Droits de l'Homme, Federation Internationale des Ligues des Droits de l'Homme, Rencontre Africaine des Droits de l'Homme, Organisation Nationale des Droits de l'Homme au Sénégal and Association Malienne des Droits de l'Homme / Angola

  • 211/98: Legal Resources Foundation / Zambia

  • 155/96: The Social and Economic Rights Action Center and the Center for Economic and Social Rights / Nigeria

  • 227/99: Democratic Republic of Congo / Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda

  • 231/05: Interights / Egypt

  • 233/99 Interights (on behalf of the Pan African Movement and Citizens for Peace in Eritrea) / Ethiopia and
    234/99 Interights (on behalf of the Pan African Movement and Inter-Africa Group) / Eritrea

  • 241/01: Purohit and Moore / The Gambia

  • 249/02: African Institute for Human Rights and Development (on behalf of Sierra Leonean refugees in
    Guinea) / Republic of Guinea

  • 250/02: Liesbeth Segveld and Mussie Ephrem / Eritrea

  • 261/02: Interights et al. / Egypt

  • 268/03: Illesanmi / Nigeria

  • 269/03: Interights on behalf of Safia Yakubu Husaini and et al. / Nigeria

  • 273/03: Centre for Advancement of Democracy, Social Justice, Conflict Resolution and Human Welfare / Nigeria
  • 290/04: Open Society Justice Initiative (on behalf of Pius Njawè Noumeni) / Cameroon

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